2024 New Lifts

This is a list of new lifts likely to be built in the United States and Canada during the 2024 construction season.  Last updated 1/23/2023. Have an addition or correction? Comment below or email Peter@liftblog.com.

Blue = Doppelmayr
Yellow = Leitner-Poma
Green = Skytrac
Red = MND
Purple = Partek
Orange = SkyTrans
Gray = Re-installations (used lifts)
White = To be announced

ATW = Aerial Tramway
CL = Chairlift
G = Gondola
SL = Surface lift
D = Detachable
F = Fixed grip
M = Monocable
P = Pulse
J = Jigback

25 thoughts on “2024 New Lifts

  1. haydenklev5 July 18, 2022 / 5:50 pm

    whats the “one and only” gondola at big sky???

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  2. Chairlift mania July 21, 2022 / 3:25 pm

    I think purgatory’s getting the quad in 2024.

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    • ShangRei Garrett July 21, 2022 / 8:51 pm

      What quad?

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        • Peter Landsman July 22, 2022 / 12:50 pm

          Heard there is a third project in play replacing Lift 4 with a high speed quad. Nothing official in the Forest Service system yet though.

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      • pbropetech January 6, 2023 / 8:33 pm

        Last I heard it is Telluride’s old chair 9. I think Purgatory has a few more hoops to jump through but it should be happening in the next couple of years.

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        • ShangRei Garrett January 6, 2023 / 10:06 pm

          I assume you mean they’re using the old 9 for Ice Creek, right? I can’t imagine they would replace twilight with a used fixed-grip, and Gelande is probably going to be the last of the three projects

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        • pbropetech January 7, 2023 / 6:03 pm

          Yes, I wasn’t clear. I was responding to Chairlift Mania’s comment.

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  3. kiroro August 10, 2022 / 10:48 am

    Hows the sun peaks west bowl quad doing?

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  4. 9412vcummins August 14, 2022 / 1:56 pm

    Where did you hear about this “ridgeline” chairlift at snowbasin? Littlecat is being replaced by a combination chairlift?

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  5. Andy January 6, 2023 / 8:16 pm

    Currently being sourced and priced from the two major Lift Manufacturers: A replacement for Arrowhead: a 1988 Dopplemayr Quad chairlift, length 2440 feet, vertical 530 feet at the Alpine Ski Club in Collingwood Ontario. (data from Skilifts.org. Replacement timeframe from Alpine’s 2022 member yearend magazine.

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    • reaperskier January 7, 2023 / 5:57 am

      Guessing Alpine Ski Club wants to replace Arrowhead with a modern fixed grip quad from Dopp or LPA, with Skytrac as a wildcard option. I doubt it will be a high speed quad with a mid-unload station.

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      • Andy January 7, 2023 / 6:56 pm

        Correct Arrowhead won’t be a high speed quad , but they do want to move the mid unload station higher up the hill and also raise (fill in a dip in the ground) and move the bottom station uphill level with the bottom terminal of 2002 Dopplemayr CTEC Six Pack not too far away.

        The next high speed quad at the Alpine Ski Club in Collingwood will be in the 2028 range to replace the Millenium Quad in the North section of the Club.

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        • reaperskier January 7, 2023 / 8:26 pm

          Is there the possibility for a loading conveyor on the replacement Arrowhead lift? Also, why is the club planning on relocating the midstation?

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        • Andy January 10, 2023 / 7:59 pm

          Management at the Alpine Ski Club has not released any amount of detail on location on 2024 Arrowhead Quad midstation location, but typically the reason why ski resorts move terminal locations when rebuilding is to get better or different use out of the ski acreage available.

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  6. Joey January 8, 2023 / 9:37 am

    In 2024, a new high speed quad, (Shadow Mountain) should be built to replace the SLI-RIBLET Shadow Mountain Double at Aspen Mountain, CO. No info on who’s going to manufacture it.

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    • Myles January 8, 2023 / 4:27 pm

      Probably LPA considering they have built all of Aspens other high speed lifts.

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      • ShangRei Garrett January 8, 2023 / 4:57 pm

        I thought 1A was going to be a combination lift. Did the plan change?

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    • Peter Landsman January 9, 2023 / 10:27 am

      Should like you want or should like that is what’s happening?

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  7. Bob January 10, 2023 / 9:37 am

    Which resort in Austria is the Eaglecrest gondola coming from?

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  8. skitheeast January 27, 2023 / 12:24 am

    Brian Head announced in the Salt Lake Tribune that the first lift(s) for Aspen Meadows will be installed in 2024. Logically speaking, it will likely be Stage 1 (and maybe Stage 2) of the gondola.

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